The Jaguars look to continue to separate in the AFC South standings by knocking off the Cincinnati Bengals at home on Monday Night Football.
While you can find an expert pick on this game here as it relates to the point spread from our betting expert Iain MacMillian, this article is going to focus on player props, including Jaguars skill position players Calvin Ridley and Travis Etienne.
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Best Prop Bets for Bengals vs. Jaguars in week 13
- Calvin Ridley OVER 56.5 Receiving Yards
- Travis Etienne OVER 87.5 Rushing and Receiving Yards
- Ja'Marr Chase OVER 5.5 Receptions
Calvin Ridley OVER 56.5 Receiving Yards
One of the most interesting quirks to the Jaguars offense this season has been the availability of Zay Jones and his impact on the team's passing game, most notably Calvin Ridley.
Ridley draws a favorable matchup against the Bengals defense, which is 22nd in EPA/Pass on the year. Jones has been back, and Ridley has been going off, posting over 80 yards in three of his last four games, this number is baking in some of his duds and not his growing role.
Travis Etienne OVER 87.5 Rushing and Receiving Yards
Etienne has been used all over the field this season as both a runner and a pass catcher. He's averaging more than four targets per game and nearly 18 carries per game.
Considering he is a threat in different ways, this total feels attainable. Again, this is a player who is one of the most used running backs week after week, evident last week.
The Bengals are 26th in EPA/Play, and given that the team is expected to win with margin, I think the Jaguars could feature Etienne heavily in a bunch of different ways.
Ja'Marr Chase OVER 5.5 Receptions
If there's a Bengals player that's going to get his share, it's going to Chase, who had six targets in Jake Browning's first start for Cincinnati last week. While the Bengals offense is going to be far less potent without Joe Burrow under center, Chase is going to still be a big part of the game plan and given the likelihood the team is playing from behind, will see the ball a ton.
Chase has had six or more targets every game this season and is averaging more than 10 targets per game. I'm going to trust the BBengals'engals offensive staff to scheme up some high-percentage throws for Browning and will feature a ton of passes toward Chase.
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